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Recently, we sat down with Tracy Wright who is a writer from Giggle Magazine to talk about cyberbullying. In this episode, learn what cyberbullying warning signs to look out for and what parents can do before a bullying turns into a life-threatening situation.
Targeted to kids ages 8-12 Roblox is the largest user-generated online gaming platform. A recent study revealed that the average monthly visits for Roblox users under the age of 13 is 25.5 visits. So, we created this Roblox Safety Guide for parents to help you keep your family safe.
With a recent survey by University of Phoenix revealing that very few U.S. adults consider their cyber safety when traveling, we asked Sterling Kellis to provide tips to help travelers stay secure. He advises vacationers to follow a simple cyber hygiene acronym: R-I-S-K.
We sat down with Lori Davis from Xavier School to discuss her school’s experience watching our Digital Safety Event videos. In this episode, Lori describes how the videos helped her educate students on how they can make their online presence the number one ticket to getting into their preferred university.
Fortnite is a very popular game that was released in 2017. There are 2 different versions of the game; Fortnite: Save the World and Fortnite: Battle Royale. Fortnite: Battle Royale is the version that is really popular with students. Learn how to keep your children safe if they play Fortnite.
In this Parent University newsletter we talk about the World Health Organization officially recognizing gaming disorder and the warning signs, which social media network is making it easier to monitor app activity, the new Fortnite: Battle Royale feature parents need to know about, and more.
With a recent study revealing that suicide-related hospital visits for teens and tweens have almost tripled, we think it’s important for parents to talk to their children about difficult subjects like depression and anxiety. In this post, learn how you can talk about suicide & depression with your children.
In this Parent University member newsletter we talk about which social media network is more popular with teens than Snapchat and Instagram, where teens are seeking advice online, which social media habits are linked to depression, and more.
Telegram is an app that offers unlimited instant messaging with encryption. The app syncs across devices so that users can access their chats on mobile, desktop or tablet. Recently, the Telegram Messenger app was temporarily removed from the App Store due to the danger it posed to children.
Schools nationwide promote Parent University to their parents to keep their community safe on social media
- This program gives parents videos to watch with their kids
- Students listen to an outside trusted expert and are more engaged
- Parents also get classes that bring them up to speed on the latest apps